They Told Me I’d Never Have Another Baby

They Told Me: ‘You’ll Never Have More Children’
When Efrat was diagnosed with cancer, the doctors told her she would never have more children * Soon, she will be celebrating her son’s firspr cancer support cooking workship New Beg 1563_ne_photo_9f90at birthday

One doctor told her she’d never have a baby. Another offered guidance in adoption.pr birthday cake MB900313827 They all agreed that Efrat Keren’s chances of bearing more children of her own were next to nil. Continue reading They Told Me I’d Never Have Another Baby

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Thank You for Enabling Us to Speak

Rabbi Freund
Ezer Mizion

Shalom!

We, the children, parents and staff of the educational-rehabilitative center “Tza’ad Kadima” – “Step Forward” – in Rishon Le’zion, would like to express our tremendous appreciation to Ezer Mizion for the loan of various types of VOCA communication devices, including the Deror talking computer. Continue reading Thank You for Enabling Us to Speak

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Dreams…Should They Be Allowed to Wither and Die?

Dreams are Ageless.

ambulance IMG_2569When the spirit has a desire but the impediments of the aged, physical body hold him back, does the dream remain suspended in space only to wither and die or…?

With a lifetime of relationships, a lifetime of experiences, the aged often have desires. How sad when many desires remain unfulfilled due to physical challenges. Continue reading Dreams…Should They Be Allowed to Wither and Die?

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Step on the Gas!

Jeep Trip in Dishon for Women with Cancer

More than 20 women with cancer recently enjoyed a jeep trail in the North.

Sunny spring weather greeted the group, as they spent time in the bosom of blossoming, budding nature.pr canc sup jeep trip for women 2013  1557_ne_photo_stories1_6b6e0 The sights, scenery, and perfect weather combined to give the participants an unforgettable experience.

Sarit wrote to our Facebook page: Continue reading Step on the Gas!

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A Time to Rebuild

A Family Destroyed..A Family Rebuilt

pr support ADHD chainAmong Ezer Mizion’s many programs are its Awareness and Support Groups which empower those dealing with a range of difficulties with understanding of the disorder, practical means of coping and availability of assistance.

Last winter, Sara* and David* began attending a support group to learn how to deal with ADHD. Their six-year-old son had recently been diagnosed and they were anxious for tips. Continue reading A Time to Rebuild

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Enough?

David was five. His parents had despaired of his reaching six… until a felpr bmr match Menashe Grunfeld & Marc Weinsteinlow Jew gave him a second chance at life. Mr.  A., who had never met David, donated his stem cells, thus saving the life of a Jewish child.

“You are his brother,” David’s father wept, as he hugged Mr. A. tightly. There was little else to say to the man whose bone marrow produces the blood in David’s veins. The moment was too poignant; too precious for words. But when words fall short, tears speak volumes. Continue reading Enough?

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Our Gratitude and Thanks

Dear Ezer Mizion,

Shalom!

To all the organizers, counselors, and wonderful volunteers:

How wonderful to be counted among the generous givers,
To turn ordinary days into holidays
A swimming pool with beneficial water exercise,
A tasty and nourishing breakfast,
A good, interesting and friendly lecture.

“Ezer Mizion” – your work lives up to your name.
You can always be found in the right place at the right time
With G-d’s help, with ever rebounding strength.
For all this and more… Our gratitude and thanks.

From the women at the Achiya Hashiloni Geriatric Day Center in Bnei Brak,
with our greatest appreciation and admiration.

 

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Bar Mitzvah Celebration

What exactly is a Bar Mitzvah? The Hamui family have it right. Isaac and Marilyn Hamui inaugurated their son, Albert's entrance to adulthood with a trip to Ezer Mizion's Lottie's Kitchen to help pack food for families dealing with serious illness. Now that is truly an appropriate Bar Mitzvah celebration!
What exactly is a Bar Mitzvah? The Hamui family have it right. Isaac and Marilyn Hamui inaugurated their son, Albert’s, entrance to adulthood with a trip to Ezer Mizion’s Lottie’s Kitchen to help pack food for families dealing with serious illness. Now that is truly an appropriate Bar Mitzvah celebration!

 

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